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December 12, 2007

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Free Copy of Divx Pro for the Holidays

Posted: 11 Dec 2007 04:45 PM CST

Hackito Ergo Sum: The Library Problem

Posted: 11 Dec 2007 03:28 PM CST

Mochila: The Media Marketplace. Buy. Sell. Earn.

Posted: 11 Dec 2007 12:06 PM CST

Mainstream media alert: Ron Paul news assault FINALLY starts [Digg]

Posted: 11 Dec 2007 01:06 AM CST

It’s a shocking political development, to be sure, but news about Ron Paul and what his determined, fervent bands of supporters call the Ron Paul Revolution is beginning to spread like some kind of wildfire before strong primary winds.

The least used page on microsoft.com [Digg]

Posted: 10 Dec 2007 11:31 PM CST

a guide no one has ever used.

Web Leaders Seek More Searchable Government [Digg]

Posted: 10 Dec 2007 10:58 PM CST

These days you can Google just about anything, from your favorite celebrity’s pet to your boss’s middle name. But using the biggest search engine to get information about the government often falls short. Google and Wikipedia will try to fix this Tuesday when they talk to the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs.

Gitmo ex-prosecutor: ‘Full, fair, open’ trials not possible [Digg]

Posted: 10 Dec 2007 08:39 PM CST

The chief prosecutor for Guantanamo Bay’s military commissions has revealed that he relinquished his position after concluding that “full, fair and open trials” for the accused were impossible. “I resigned,” writes Morris D. Davis in the Los Angeles Times, “because I felt that the system had become deeply politicized…”

Freedom Under Fire: The Ron Paul Phenomenon [Digg]

Posted: 10 Dec 2007 07:21 PM CST

PBS is to air an interview with Ron Paul and his supporters on Dec 14th @ 8:30 PM (check your local listings). A 7 minute preview is available for viewing now!!!

New Gran Turismo 5 Trailer [Digg]

Posted: 10 Dec 2007 05:09 PM CST

This game is going to be amazing.

404 Errors: The Best Pages (Not) Found on the Internet [Digg]

Posted: 10 Dec 2007 03:49 PM CST

If you’re going to see a 404 Error, it might as well be something humorous, entertaining or elegant right? Some of these were designed to be funny or frustrating while others simply ended up that way by unfortunate accident. Here are some of the most interesting 404 and other errors (not) found on the web, some great places to find even more.

Police Closes Pirate Bay Investigation, Trial Awaits [Digg]

Posted: 10 Dec 2007 03:37 PM CST

The police investigation into The Pirate Bay has finally came to an end. Today, the Pirate Bay received over 40,000 pages of legal paperwork. At first sight there doesn’t appear to be any evidence that suggests The Pirate Bay is involved in any illegal activities, but that is up to the court to decide now.

The 25 Coolest (and Most Unconventional) Keyboards [Digg]

Posted: 10 Dec 2007 02:31 PM CST

Keyboards come in all shapes and sizes, from the standard ten dollar gray board to something straight out of a science fiction movie. Here’s a list of some of the coolest and strangest keyboards out there.

Eight awesome features you didn’t know about in Ubuntu [Digg]

Posted: 10 Dec 2007 01:58 PM CST

Ubuntu has caused GNU/Linux based operating systems to have many reviews recently, most concentrating on the more flashy parts such as the infamous rotating cube or wobbly windows provided by compiz fusion, rather than the things that actually make it such a enjoyable operating system to use.

The Worst Games Of 2007 [Digg]

Posted: 10 Dec 2007 01:40 PM CST

Wii and DS were bombarded with trash this year.

Bombard Meet The Press With Email For Excluding Ron Paul [Digg]

Posted: 10 Dec 2007 12:28 PM CST

Meet The Press is excluding Ron Paul from their “Meet The Candidates” feature. Let’s bombard them with emails letting them know this is bogus. Maybe a huge outcry will make them come to their senses. This is something that costs you nothing that could make a huge difference for the Ron Paul Revolution!

Apple’s Mac market share rise is good for consumers [Digg]

Posted: 10 Dec 2007 11:53 AM CST

According to a recent study by research firm ChangeWave, Apple’s Macintosh line of computers is well on its way to gaining a sizable portion of the computing market in the coming months. Suffice it to say, Apple is the world’s best trend setter. And a world where Apple is commanding such a large portion of the market could be good for all of us.

Host Your Domain with Free Apps [Digg]

Posted: 10 Dec 2007 11:12 AM CST

Want your very own web site address, but don’t want to mess with pay-for hosting packages or server configuration? Today you can buy a domain name for around 10 bucks a year (or less) and map it to a variety of free web-based apps for no-mess and no-cost hosting. Let’s take a look at how you can set up a complete domain name backend for free

Myths, Lies, and Truths about the Linux kernel [Digg]

Posted: 10 Dec 2007 12:36 AM CST

Linux is evolution, not intelligent design. Total world domination is proceeding as planned.

Could This Become Ubuntu’s New Theme for Hardy Heron? [Digg]

Posted: 09 Dec 2007 11:31 PM CST

Basic Ideals – A stylish Compiz-enabled theme in the works. An interface with only the purpose to be the usable and intuitive by design. The most basic user is to open this interface, and know what each element does, what to expect from it, and how to do what they want.

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